Kogi To Sell Government’s Assets To Rebuild Burnt Assembly Complex
Written by Olarotimi Oshin on October 20, 2022
The Kogi State Government says it will sell some of the state’s assets to fund the rebuilding of the state House of Assembly complex which got razed last week Monday.
Recall that the House of Assembly complex got burnt in the early hours of last week Monday, leaving the hallowed chamber completely razed.
The Commissioner for Finance in the state, Idris Asiru, on Wednesday, said that the rebuilding of the complex will have to wait till the government sells state assets.
The commissioner spoke during a public engagement on 2023 budget organised by the State Ministry of Finance, Budget and Economic Planning.
The commissioner called on Kogi residents to look for buyers of the assets for the state to have funds to embark on the reconstruction of the complex.
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